Lotito: "We've Signed Six Players, Maybe We'll Sign A Few More. I Have To Create The Conditions For The Club To Have A Strong Future."

July 29, 2022

Lazio president Claudio Lotito seems reluctant to discuss Paulo Dybala's free transfer to city rivals Roma, insisting he is not selling a dream but a solid reality for the club.

Hundreds of Roma fans took to the streets of the Italian capital earlier this week to welcome Argentine striker Paulo Dybala to their club on a free transfer. The player, who has signed a three-year contract with Roma, will show his quality after leaving Juventus.

Lazio president Claudio Lotito commented on Dybala's signing with city rivals.

"I didn't see Dybala coming to Roma, his arrival didn't affect me at all. I don't sell dreams, I sell solid reality. We don't collect Panini stickers, we don't care," Football-Italia quoted him as saying.

"We delivered results, we are the club that has won the most trophies in recent years after Juventus, that's what Lazio fans have to say after winning trophies."

"I don't know if the Roma transfer window is the headline, we've signed six players, maybe we'll sign a few more."

"I'm not doing this for a fashion reasons, I'm not the fan president, I'm the president of the fans, and I have to create the conditions for the club to have a strong future."

High expectations were placed on Dybala following his arrival at Roma, with many expecting the 28-year-old Mourinho's players to prove doubters wrong. Giallorossi appears to have built a strong project under the Portuguese, while Biancoceleste is quietly doing the same with Maurizio Sarri and could create an interesting Derby della Capitale next season.

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